Repairing red "Push" button on seat belt 2016-09-16T17:43:21+00:00

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Repairing red "Push" button on seat belt

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  • DaviesDavies
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    My 1990 780’s red seat belt release button cracked when I “missed” and hit the top of it with the seat buckle. After 26 years the plastic isn’t able to flex anymore and cracked. ¬†Anyone know if the top red button cover can be replaced by itself, or does the entire seat belt receiver have to be changed out, which means pulling the seat?

    broken seat belt

    Dn010dn010
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    I would imagine the red button can be replaced but finding a replacement plastic piece only will be a challenge unless they cross over to a 760.¬†You’ll typically find the whole assembly for sale and you’d have to remove it anyway to open it up.

    GuillaumeC Guillaume
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    You should have told me this Davies, I have this part!!

    According to this website, it’s not the same part on 700/900 and 780:
    http://www.skandix.de/en/spare-parts/body/interior-equipment/safety-belt-system/button-lock-safety-belt/1034049/

    GuillaumeC Guillaume
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    I just saw this:

    It depend of year of the car.
    – 1373231 : for 740, 760, 780
    – 3521590 : only 780
    – 3525266 : only 780

    DaviesDavies
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    Yes it looks like the 1990 and 1991 are the same but different from prior years.

    Thanks for letting me know. I will send you an email.

     

     

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